Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
A pattern has emerged over the course of Obama’s second term. Predictable as the appearance of various incendiary summer action blockbusters at the multiplex, as soon as the weather begins to warm, the Jewish media complex latches onto some combustible trifle with which to fan the flames of a long, hot seasonal news cycle. In July of 2013, “white” mestizo George Zimmerman was acquitted of murder and manslaughter in the Trayvon Martin imbroglio, prompting blacks to riot in Oakland and Houston. Ferguson turned the heat up in August of 2014, with residents of that benighted community engaging in widespread looting and arson after “racist” policeman Darren Wilson shot rampaging behemoth Michael Brown in self-defense. 2015 saw more race-baiting strife, with Baltimore erupting into a Zulu Holocaust after reputed crash-for-cash scam perpetrator Freddie Gray died while in police custody in April of that year. Then, in June, the world was told that the enigmatic Dylann Roof, who styled himself “The Last Rhodesian”, had slaughtered a congregation of helpless black folks in Charleston, South Carolina – this event precipitating a series of manufactured controversies over Confederate symbols and cultural landmarks in the South – in addition, of course, to the obligatory gun control debate.
Now comes 2016’s installment, with two high-profile cases of alleged police victimization of innocent blacks – the seemingly synchronized deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile – providing the media provocateurs with the means with which to whip the Black Lives Matter protestors into another frenzy of street-clogging obnoxiousness. Percussively, last night’s protest in Dallas turned homicidal when twelve of the city’s policemen were shot in an urban ambush – five of them fatally – at the corner of Main and Lamar. The internet immediately lit up with speculation about a conspiracy, with former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney raising the specter of COINTELPRO operations.
The New York Times, in conveying reports of “at least one sniper” at the scene, was nevertheless fastidious in its evocation of lone gunman mythology of the JFK assassination.
It was about two blocks from the red-brick building that was the site of one of the most indelible tragedies in American history, and it was happening again.
Just down the street from what used to be the Texas School Book Depository where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, what began as a peaceful march protesting police violence turned into a scene that looked like a video from the Middle East — the resounding pop-pop-pop of rifle fire echoing off downtown buildings, the shouts and screams of people fleeing for their lives, people running for cover and falling over one another.
In a nightmarish week that had already seen two tragic shootings of black men by police officers, in Baton Rouge, La., and Falcon Heights, Minn., Dallas was thrust into the heat of the moment and the darkness of the past just before 9 p.m. Thursday as a rally, the kind being held across the country, seemed to be winding down.
But as protesters, black and white, holding signs or walking with children, passed the intersection of Main and Lamar Streets, at least one sniper began firing on officers with a military-style weapon, the bullets apparently raining down from an elevated position. When the gunfire stopped, five officers were dead and seven others were wounded.
21st Century Wire reports:
Amazingly, by late last night and early this morning, police Chief David Brown reported that at least 3 of suspected snipers were already in custody.
Brown stated early on that he believed the four suspects were working as a unit, using long-range rifles, “triangulated at elevated positions at difference places in the downtown area.”
The fourth suspect, Micah Xavier Johnson (the media referred to him as “Micah X” to intentionally prompt a Malcolm X tone to the event) a military-trained marksman and US Army veteran was said to be caught in a shoot-out with police from the second floor of the El Centro parking garage.
“He was upset about Black Lives Matter, the recent police shootings, he was upset at white people. He wanted to kill white people, especially police officers,” Brown said. […]
The political ripple effects of this unlikely and highly improbable event were felt immediately, as the mainstream media siege was underway, and the politicians began lining up to weigh-in and jockey for political position on any number of issue ranging from gun control, to race relations, and police brutality, but also debating the whether or not public marches and demonstrations are indeed “safe for the public” to attend in the face of this latest “security threat.”
On the police side of this dialectic, law enforcement are also queuing up to decry the violence against police and calls are omnipresent for increased police powers and security measure in order to “combat the rising threat of domestic extremism.”
Coincidentally, yesterday’s event just happened to all on July 7th, or “7/7” ala London 7/7. Following on that theme, the media and law enforcement began floating the term “terrorist attack” and CNN leading the pack by claiming that Dallas 7/7 was the police’s “worst loss since ‘9/11” (Sept 11, 2001). So one can see how the spin is already being applied to this media event.
The Dallas episode is rife with symbolic significances. The intersection of Main and Lamar – named for Texan statesman, proponent of slavery, and Freemason Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar – locates the massacre at the collision point of Main Street, U.S.A., and America’s history-haunted and gothic legacy of the enslavement and degradation of blacks – and all of this just down the street from the Texas School Book Depository, site of the incident that taught Americans not to entertain the wild tales of “conspiracy theorists”.
Some are also attempting to tie the event to “ISIS”, as Heavy reports. Conveniently, terrorist “Micah X” was exploded by a robot-delivered bomb, if reports are to be believed, and will have no opportunity to tell his side of the story. Esoteric conspiracy critic Jay Dyer, citing eerily prescient “drills” and “suspicious details”, appears to be leaning toward an interpretation of the Dallas massacre as a hoax and has this to say:
Curious anomalies already appear in this large-scale event, with drills, bizarre narratives and echoes of past staged events, including GLADIO, the DC Sniper, Maidan “snipers” and Oswald. Whatever the real story, we are already seeing the intensification of Agitprop.
Dyer and others, not without justification, are characterizing the Dallas massacre as an implementation of a strategy of tension and a dialectic of ideological regimentation. “The Dallas shooting is significant on a number of levels,” argues 21st Century Wire.
Firstly, Dallas will further accentuate the artificial divide between what Americans perceive as the “Left” or liberal wing of political society, and the what is sold as America’s “Right” or conservative wing. In this dialectic, Democrat is set against Republican, young against old, black is pitted against white, wealthy against poor, upper class against middle class, and even middle class against lower class. In the run-up to the Presidential election in November, this division will be important in order to polarize America along a prefabricated dialectical line and thus keeping the national discourse down at a base, or emotional level – and through this binary process avoid any real examination of America’s fundamental issues, policy flaws and the federal government’s unsustainable bloated borrow & spend habit – effectively kicking the can down the road another 4 years (which seems to be the norm). Ultimately, this serves the state, its bureaucratic stakeholders and the power structure as a whole.
Secondly, this event can be used to nudge the “left-wing” and Democrat party’s own gun control agenda, which is being aggressively pursued at the moment. This wing of the political establishment has already demonstrated that it has no qualms about using a national incident or tragedy, like the Orlando Shooting, as warm PR leverage to push their “emergency” legislative agenda. Ironically, “left-wing” and black activists will be blamed for this latest act of political violence and will be used in this case to further advance the political left’s own bespoke gun control agenda – much to the dismay of “Conservative America.”
Dyer, in his reaction to the event, cautions his audience that “it’s basically playing everybody into the basic dialectics of a supposed race war – and the racial tensions of course are very real, I’m not denying that – and that’s exactly what is desired.” He warns against participation in an “engineered, hyped-up race war,” suggesting it is “crucial […] to not get caught up in the dialectic”. To acknowledge the artificial design of the incident and of the broader state-sponsored “race war” agenda, however, in no way delegitimizes the need for European-American racial solidarity. It is, in fact, necessary now more than ever.